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Ledger Looking Back 25 Years: 1/14/1998

JANUARY 14, 1998

The Whitehall water project court case was center stage at the Montana Supreme Court at a hearing on January 13, 1998. What was supposed to be an 80-minute hearing stretched over two hours as the Supreme Court justices and attorneys discussed and debated the multiple facets of the case.

Whitehall attorney Patricia Day-Moore, representing a group of Whitehall residents who oppose the water project, began the hearing by arguing the MT Constitution gives its citizens broad rights and powers, and state laws should not be allowed to limit those rights and powers. Day-Moore said...

 

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